How to Root Phoenix OS - Complete Guide

Hello Friends. Welcome to Brothers IT Hub. Today in this article we are going to tell you how can you root Phoenix OS. The method is very easy. You just need to follow simple steps given below to root Phoenix OS and Phoenix OS BR. We will use RMXTools to root Phoenix OS. Rooting is a process to gain privileged access to an Android. After root, every feature of the Android is unlocked and you can do anything that you want to do.

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 Method to Root Phoenix OS with RMXTools

In this method, we will tell you how you can root Phoenix OS with RMXTools. The method is very simple and easy. Follow the steps given below to root Phoenix OS:

Step1: Extract Phoenix OS ISO

 Extract Phoenix OS or Phoenix OS BR ISO File. You have many files inside this and one of them is System.sfs.

Step2: Unpack System.sfs

Go to the RMXTools directory and open RMXTools exe file. You will see a screen like a screenshot given below. Click on Unpack System.sfs option and select System.sfs file from the Phoenix OS folder. And wait, it will extract system.img file from this and will create a directory inside Phoenix OS folder with the name "  UnpackedSFS " and will save System.img file in this folder.

RMXTools

Note: You can download RMXTools from here:


RMXTOOL Download

Step3: Extract System.img

After successful unpacking of System.sfs file, you will see an option " Extract-img will be visible on RMXTools. Now click on this Extract-img option. It will start the extracting system.img file and will save files inside system_ folder along with UnpackedSFS folder. Wait until it completes the process.

Extract system.img file


Step4: Root Phoenix OS

After the successful extraction of system.img file. Choose Root32 for Phoenix OS x86 or Root64 for Phoenix OS x64 according to your Phoenix OS version. It will prompt to choose system_ folder, select system_ folder from UnpackedSFS directory. It will take a few seconds to place root files inside system_ folder.

How to root Phoenix OS

Step5: Rebuild / Repack System.img

It is the final step. Enter system.img size and choose format as ext4 and click on Rebuild-img option to repack system files into system.img type. It will prompt to choose the path where you extracted the system.img files, choose system_ folder and now it will prompt where you want to save system.img file, choose any location. Wait until the process is completed. Now copy system.img new rooted file and replace it with installed Phoenix OS system.sfs or system.img file. Done, you have successfully rooted your Phoenix OS. Figure out the screenshot for a clear concept.

repack system.img file

Now start Phoenix OS. There you will see the SuperSU application. Open it and it will ask you to update SU binary file. Choose the normal method. You will see a notification Su binary updated successfully. Done. You have successfully rooted your Phoenix OS. Now enjoy your rooted Phoenix OS.

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